Aisha Joyce, MD

Practice:

Certification(s):

American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehab

Sports Medicine

 

Education:

Medical School:

School of Medicine at the University of Virginia

Residency(ies):

Harvard Medical School

Fellowship(s):

Northwestern University

Bio:

Dr. Joyce grew up in Virginia Beach and graduated from University of Virginia Medical School. She completed a residency in physical medicine and rehabilitation at Harvard Medical School and a fellowship in sports medicine at Northwestern University.

Clinical Interests

Pediatric sports injuries
Overuse injuries
• Stress fractures
Concussions
ACL and Knee Injuries Program
• Soccer injuries
• Trigger point injections for chronic myofascial pain

Community Involvement

• Team physician for Indian River High School
• Team physician, Chesapeake United Soccer Club
• Team physician for Rush Soccer
• Team physician for VB United

Honors and Awards:

• Coastal Virginia Magazine "Top Doc" 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020
• Ossur Americas Grant Recipient AMSSM Foundation
• Raven Society, University of Virginia
• Echols Scholar, University of Virginia

Publications:

Joyce AS, LaBella CR, Carl RL, Lai JS, Zelko F. The Post-Concussion Symptom Scale: Utility of a 3-Factor Structure. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. In press. Publication anticipated June 2015.

Dharamsi AS, LaBella CR. Prevention of ACL Injuries in Adolescent Female Athletes. Contemporary Pediatrics. July 2013.

Dharamsi AS, Carl RL. Bilateral Osteochondrosis of the Primary Patellar Ossification Centers in a Young Athlete: A Case Report. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine. 2014;24(1):80-82.

Suri P, Dharamsi AS, Gaviola G, Isaac Z. Association of Facet Joint Bone Marrow Lesions and Other Features with Low Back Pain: A Pilot Study. PM&R. 2013;5(3):194-200.

Mautner K, Colberg RE, Malanga G, Borg-Stein JP, Harmon KG, Dharamsi AS, Chu S, Homer P. Outcomes After Ultrasound-Guided Platelet-Rich Plasma Injections for Chronic Tendinopathy: A Multicenter, Retrospective Review. PM&R. 2013;5(3):169-175.

Dharamsi AS, Borg-Stein JP. Clinical and Radiographic Evidence of Subscapularis Tendon Repair after Non-Surgical Management Using Platelet Rich Plasma: A Case Report. Abstracts of Scientific Papers and Posters Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Academic Physiatrists. American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. 90(4) (Suppl 1):a1-a156, April 2011.

Contact Info:


 

Location(s):

CHKD Main Hospital
601 Children's Ln
Norfolk, VA 23518

Landstown Office
1924 Landstown Centre Way
Virginia Beach, VA 23456

Oakbrooke Office
500 Discovery Dr
Chesapeake, VA 23320

 

 

Practice Providers

Children's Specialty Group

A team of healthcare providers dedicated to teaching, patient care and research because special families deserve special doctors!